Brand New Pokmeon GO Updates for iOS & Android Released – Changelog

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Apr 7, 2017
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Niantic has updated Pokemon GO to version 1.31.0 on iOS and 0.61.0 on Android. Here’s everything that is new.

Pokemon GO Adds Support for Traditional Chinese & Fixes Lots of Bugs

Even if they aren’t feature additions, Pokemon GO is in a constant state of receiving updates from time to time. This ensures the smooth functioning of the game at any given time while adding support for different regions the world over. Today’s update fulfills the aforementioned criteria, and brings with it support for the traditional Chinese language. The complete changelog of the update is as follows:

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Trainers,

Pokémon GO is in the process of being updated to version 0.61.0 for Android and 1.31.0 for iOS devices. Below are some release notes and comments from our development team.

-Added Traditional Chinese language support.

-Updated the Pokémon collection screen scroll bar.

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-Various bug fixes.

-Minor text fixes.

If you have the game installed right now, then it’s a good idea to update without giving it a second thought. There are bug fixes in this release, something which everyone needs. So, if you are an iOS user, you can grab the update straight from the App Store, while Android users can do so from the Play Store. If you are feeling a tad bit lazy, then tap on the links below to go straight to the download page of the game on your respective platform.

Despite Niantic’s best efforts, the game has seen a massive drop in daily traffic compared to the days when it was launched. To put things into perspective, Pokemon GO currently has 5 million daily active players, with that number falling slowly as time moves forward. Compared to its big launch, Niantic saw up to 30 million active users per day. That’s a huge number for a game that wasn’t even available in that many regions.

It seems highly unlikely the game will go back to its original fame from last year. And if Niantic manages to pull off such a thing, it would be nothing less than voodoo. Still, let’s see what tricks the company has up its sleeve to win back players in the days and months to come.

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